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Report: Eagles Have Taken Calls Regarding OLB Vinny Curry

Update:

Jeff McLane reports that the Eagles have “floated” that NT Isaac Sopoaga and DE Vinny Curry are available for trade.

The Eagles signed the 32-year-old Sopoaga to a three-year contract worth $11 million back in March, but he hasn’t been all that productive for their defense.

It’s doubtful that anyone would be willing to offer more than a late-round pick for him at this point in his career.

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Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Philadelphia Eagles have taken calls from NFL teams regarding second-year OLB Vinny Curry.

  • Rapoport adds that the Eagles view him as a talented player and would need to decent offer to part with him.
  • Rapoport tossed out the Cowboys as a speculative option, considering the fact that they could use some defensive line help.

Philadelphia has a decent amount of depth at outside linebacker, which has led to Curry being inactive for a few games this season. Curry has played on 102 snaps this season, but grades out as an above average pass-rusher, according to Pro Football Focus. He’s also young and under contract for a few more seasons, which could be enough to convince a team to make a decent offer for him.

We’ll have more regarding Curry as the news is available.

 

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